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    702-10
    Jacqueline Auriol (1917-2000), French aviatrix, presenting the new uniform of the Air France stewardeses, October 1978.
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    2394 x 3570 pixels (748 Ko)

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    4216-4
    Jacqueline Auriol (1917-2000), French aviatrix, presenting the prize for the "Record international féminin" (women international record, established on June 14, 1963), presented by Jacques Allez, head of the Aéroclub de France. Paris, January 1964.
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    3315 x 3286 pixels (886 Ko)

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    2304-8
    Jacqueline Auriol (1914-2000), French aviatrix, naming a "Bréguet-Deux-Ponts" airplane of the Air France airline. Orly (France), on December 15, 1953.
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    3796 x 2722 pixels (658 Ko)

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    23629-25
    Vincent Auriol (1884-1966), President of the French Republic, with his family at the Elysee Palace shortly after his election. From left to right : Paul and Jacqueline Auriol, Vincent Auriol and his wife Michelle. Front : the two sons of Paul and Jacqueline Auriol. Paris, January 1947.
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    4552 x 3251 pixels (1365 Ko)

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    23629-23
    Vincent Auriol (1884-1966), President of the French Republic, with his family at the Elysee Palace shortly after his election. From left to right : Paul and Jacqueline Auriol, Vincent Auriol and his wife Michelle. Bottom ; the two sons of Paul and Jacqueline Auriol. Paris, January 1947.
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    4936 x 3388 pixels (946 Ko)

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    23629-24
    Vincent Auriol (1884-1966), President of the French Republic, with his family at the Elysee Palace shortly after his election. From left to right : Jacqueline Auriol, Vincent Auriol and his two grandsons, Mrs Michelle Auriol and Paul Auriol. Paris, January 1947.
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    4243 x 3216 pixels (1217 Ko)

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    13725-1
    Vincent Auriol, President of the French Republic, greeting "the fastest aviators of the world": Jacqueline Auriol, his daughter-in-law, and Jacqueline Cochran. Paris, on February 18, 1953.
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    4172 x 2940 pixels (1037 Ko)

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    8533-3
    Jacqueline Auriol (1917-2000, centre), French aviatrix, and René Floriot (1902-1975, on the right), French lawyer, during the prize presentation of "La fondation de la Vocation". Paris. .
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    3406 x 2365 pixels (511 Ko)

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    4234-11
    Jacqueline Cochran (1907-1980), American aviatrix, and Jacqueline Auriol (1917-2000), French aviatrix.
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    3510 x 3545 pixels (946 Ko)

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    4234-1
    Jacqueline Auriol (1917-2000), French aviatrix, attending the Paris air show, 1949.
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    3364 x 3407 pixels (558 Ko)

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    4216-5
    Jacqueline Auriol (1917-2000), French aviatrix, laying flowers on the tomb of Maryse Bastié (1898-1952), French aviatrix, at the Montparnasse cemetery. Paris, June 1962.
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    3116 x 3363 pixels (1065 Ko)

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    4214-8
    Jacqueline Auriol (1917-2000), French aviatrix (left), attending a garden party organized by the French Air Force. Paris, May 1960.
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    3620 x 2391 pixels (515 Ko)

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    3000-11
    Naming of a "de Havilland DH 106 Comet", first production commercial jetline delivered to the UAT airline. Jacqueline Auriol (1917-2000), French aviatrix and godmother of the airplane, on December 23, 1952.
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    2797 x 3277 pixels (695 Ko)

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    3000-10
    Naming of a "de Havilland DH 106 Comet", first production commercial jetline delivered to the UAT airline. Jacqueline Auriol (1917-2000), French aviatrix and godmother of the airplane, on December 23, 1952.
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    3150 x 3284 pixels (1009 Ko)

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    3000-9
    Naming of a "de Havilland DH 106 Comet", first production commercial jetline delivered to the UAT airline. Jacqueline Auriol (1917-2000), French aviatrix and godmother of the airplane, on December 23, 1952.
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    3204 x 3266 pixels (1077 Ko)

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    3000-12
    Naming of a "de Havilland DH 106 Comet", first production commercial jetline delivered to the UAT airline. Jacqueline Auriol (1917-2000), French aviatrix and godmother of the airplane, on December 23, 1952.
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    3156 x 3278 pixels (887 Ko)

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    3000-13
    Naming of a "de Havilland DH 106 Comet", first production commercial jetline delivered to the UAT airline. Jacqueline Auriol (1917-2000), French aviatrix and godmother of the airplane, on December 23, 1952.
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    3226 x 3238 pixels (965 Ko)

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    3000-8
    Naming of a "de Havilland DH 106 Comet", first production commercial jetline delivered to the UAT airline. Jacqueline Auriol (1917-2000), French aviatrix and godmother of the airplane, on December 23, 1952.
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    3108 x 3248 pixels (1018 Ko)

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    2516-12
    Pierre Montel (1896-1967), French Secretary of State for Air, presenting the Legion of Honour to Jacqueline Auriol (1917-2000), French aviatrix. Brétigny-sur-Orge (France), on September 20, 1952.
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    3244 x 3458 pixels (915 Ko)

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    2516-13
    Jacqueline Auriol (1917-2000), French aviatrix, and Mrs Penninck. Brétigny-sur-Orge (France), on September 20, 1952.
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    3308 x 3370 pixels (1047 Ko)

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    2504-8
    René Coty and his wife greeted at the Elysee Palace by the Auriol family, the day after the presidential election. From left to right : Mrs Auriol, Vincent Auriol, Mrs Coty, René Coty, Jacqueline Auriol and her children. Paris, on December 24, 1953.
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    4374 x 3206 pixels (891 Ko)

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    2304-7
    Jacqueline Auriol (1917-2000), French aviatrix, and Louis Bréguet (1880-1955), French aircraft designer. Orly (France), on December 15, 1953.
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    3812 x 2659 pixels (620 Ko)

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    Vincent Auriol (1884-1966), President of the French Republic, with his family at the Elysee Palace shortly after his election. From left to right : Paul and Jacqueline Auriol, their two sons, Vincent Auriol and his wife Michelle. Paris, January 1947.
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    3901 x 2692 pixels (476 Ko)

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    1545-3
    Vincent Auriol (1884-1966), President of the French Republic, with his family at the Elysee Palace shortly after his election. From left to right : Paul and Jacqueline Auriol, Vincent Auriol and his wife Michelle. Paris, January 1947.
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    3766 x 2661 pixels (593 Ko)

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